Golden Eagle Newsletter
February 3, 2023
Thank you to all parents and students who were able to join us for a very successful family bingo night! We had a great turnout and many prizes were won!
Don't forget to turn in your signup and money for the father/daughter and mother/son events coming up! There are flyers in the office so please let us know if we need to send one home with your child. Tickets for these events cannot be purchased online this year.
Please note that our enrollment for returning students is open. The sooner you enroll your students, the easier it is for us to determine staffing needs so thank you for getting that completed.
Finally, as a follow up to the email sent by our district on Monday, please remember that we will have our dental screenings at GRE on Wednesday, Feb 8. Please contact Nurse Karla only if you would like your child to be opted out of the dental screenings. email@example.com
Superbowl Spirit Week next week!
Congratulations to our January Exceptional Eagles!
Beatrice Winzer - K
Blakely Parmalee - 1st
Avyn Langley - 2nd
Ivan Sanchez - 3rd
Braylee Brown - 4th
Lexynn Davison - 5th
GRE events for the week of February 6, 2023
February 6-10 School Counselor's Week
Monday, Feb 6
Tuesday, Feb 7
Wednesday, Feb 8
dental screenings at GRE
Thursday, Feb 9
Mr. Patrick visits GRE
Friday, Feb 10
3:45 Bricks4Kids (for those enrolled)
GRE father/daughter dance!
Feb 13 - BOE meeting
Feb 14 - Valentine's Day parties 3:00-3:30
Feb 15-16 - P/T Conferences
Feb 16-17 - NO SCHOOL
Feb 20 - NO SCHOOL; PD/Collaboration day for staff
Feb 21 - Last day to order your yearbook via Skyward!
Feb 27 - PTO mtg
Mar 2 - Spring picture day
Mar 3 - GRE Books for Breakfast
Mar 5 - GRE mother/son event
Mar 10 - NO SCHOOL, Teacher collaboration/work day
Mar 13-17 - NO SCHOOL - SPRING BREAK!
Books for Breakfast - One Month Away!
Friday Friendly ELA Tip - Spelling Word List Tip #4 - Pronounce Words Phonetically
Don't forget - GRE StuCo is collecting POP-TABS!
Here is a message from Alan Lubert, Community Relations Manager at Ronald McDonald House:
A house is made of walls and beams; a home is built with love and dreams. Ronald McDonald House is reinforced by gazillions of pop-tabs! On behalf of RMH families, we are grateful for your stick-to-it-tive-ness collecting pop-tabs. Pop-tabs teach an important lesson: even little things make a big difference. In 2022, RMHC Kansas City recycled 18,400 lbs. of tabs, earning $10,600. RMH staff members appreciate your leadership, "pulling" for The House That Love Built.
Thanks to dedicated pop-tab collectors, RMH parents can focus on what's important -- reading a story, sharing a giggle, or drying tears -- care that makes a world of difference in a child's recovery. Good things happen when people work together. By supporting our families you give the most vital gift of all: hope.